An album of digital ambient and noise. Flower Petals of Nufk 569 starts everything off with a building drone that explodes into Screen, the albums title track featuring gabbery beats and harsh static. Hyperspace Artifact continues in the same vein before things calm down a little with the rough, drawn out textures of Glimpse of a Naked Singularity. Days On The Dead Planet is a beautiful harmonic piece that slowly floats by before Dance Of The Gas Giant picks the pace up and finishes things off with some off-kilter bursts of pitched noise.
May 20, 2005 Subject:
sit right down.....
yeah, this one's right here.....this one's ready for you! i really love Photon's "Screen", and was glad to find it. strong songs of static-y distorted noise that makes one feel the waves rushing over, under, and through the scalp - then it comes down to the elegance and calmness of "Days on the Dead Planet" (which is a damn beautiful song, i must say)...not to forget the final (and also beautiful) song, which leaves you with a pulse and a mesmerizing feeling that carries you off with it to it's end.......